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How to use Creative Commons

What is Creative Commons? Creative Commons is a not-for-profit organisation that allows content creators to share their work with other people who wish to use or redistribute that content. When any piece of work is uploaded to the Internet, it is … Continue reading

What does it mean for me if I downloaded the Dallas Buyers Club movie?

UPDATE – 14 August 2015 We’re extremely pleased with the decision handed down by Justice Perram today. From the outset, we’ve never supported online copyright infringement but we couldn’t sit by and have our customers bullied by way of speculative … Continue reading

Getting your fix (of content)

Part 1 – Streaming Video Stan. It’s not a name that immediately conjures up visions of TV and cinema classics, but it’s the name that the Nine Network and Fairfax Media have chosen for their new streaming service, due early … Continue reading

Not our kind of club

Recently, Dallas Buyers Club LLC – the owners of rights in the film of the same name – applied to the Federal Court for iiNet and a number of other providers to reveal details of people they suspect of infringing … Continue reading

Paying the price of online policing

For those following at home, you may remember that the Australian Government recently released an online copyright infringement discussion paper to the public and invited feedback. iiNet has made a submission on this issue, which I’ve summarised below. As we’ve … Continue reading

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